1 Bottle with 70 capsules
Quantity: 2 bottles per order (140 capsules)
Rang Chuet powder 347 mg and other medicine powder 53 mg per capsule
Suggested Doses: Take 1 capsule after meal, 3 times per day
Thunbergia laurifolia Lindl (Rang Chuet), is a lilac-colored flowering vine that climbs over trellises and up into treetops. In Hawaii and other tropical regions, this species grows so prolifically that it's listed as a weed. Regardless, it has proven medicinal benefits
Hangover and Alcohol Treatment : Thunbergia laurifolia is used in Thailand to treat the common hangover, a few of these capsules and you will be as right as rain. Thunbergia has antitoxic properties and can protect against alcoholic liver toxicity.
Heavy Menstrual Cycles: For centuries, natives of Thailand have used the leaf sap of Thunbergia laurifolia to treat heavy menstrual periods (menorrhagia). Rang Chuet as it is known in Thailand is made into a tea from dried leaves.
Ear Infections and Deafness: Both Indian and Malaysian medicine use the leaf sap of Thunbergia laurifolia to treat ear ailments and even deafness. The practitioner places liquid from crushed leaves into the patient's ear.
Anti-Venom: Listed as an animal or insect bite antidote in old Thai drug recipes, Thunbergia laurifolia serves as a treatment for scorpion venom.
Antibacterial and Antifungal Properties: Thunbergia laurifolia fights bacterial infections, including streptococcus, lactobacilli, pseudomonas aeruginosa, escherichia coli, staphylococcus aureus, S. epidermidis and bacillus subtilis. As an antifungal, T. laurifolia attacks the fungal infections Candida albicans, aspergillus actinomycetemcomitans and aspergillus actinomycetemcomitans.
Antitoxic and Anti-Inflammatory: Extracts of fresh and dried leaves, root and bark serve as insecticides, pesticides, ethyl alcohol and an anti-poison in traditional medicine. The dried root is an anti-inflammatory and antipyretic agent, helping the body fight against common symptoms such as diarrhea and fever.